St. Sava Temple (Hram Svetog Save), Belgrade
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit one of the largest Orthodox buildings and churches in the world,St. Sava Temple (Hram Svetog Save), a prominent landmark from numerous points in the city. Symbolically, it sits at the sight where Ottoman forces incinerated the remains of St. Sava--the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Its 8,162 sq m (87,855 sq ft) interior spaces, with two floors and several galleries, can host around 10,000 worshippers. The basement holds the crypt of Saint Sava and the grave of the medieval Prince Lazar, responsible for creating the most powerful Serbian state in history. See this 82 m (269 ft) tall structure, featuring white marble walls and 19 gilded crosses, and visit the surrounding park with decorative fountains. Plan to visit St. Sava Temple (Hram Svetog Save) during your Belgrade vacation using our convenient Belgrade tourist route planner.
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Wohl eine ewige Baustelle. Diese angeblich grösste orthodoxe Kirche. Rege besucht von religiösen Serbisch-Orthodoxen, welche Kerzen entzünden. Ansonsten eine (gewaltige) Leere. Man fühlt sich wie in e... read more »Probably a perpetual construction site. The largest Orthodox Church. Lively attended by Serbian Orthodox religious, ignite the candles. Otherwise a (massive) void. It's like in a construction site of a civil defence Centre. Concrete, hardly picturesque. Literally 'unkirchlich'. It collected money for the interior design. But 'built' Interior is probably precious little. And this already for a long period. The good-quality Plattenleger all work in Western Europe. What a pity.show original
It is beautiful and you must see it...enough said. I took a full day tour and spent a good amount of time here to explore the attraction and surrounding area.
After reading the history of this place I was quite intrigued to visit it. Admittedly it looks better outside than inside. Inside it looked still under construction. It was undecorated the walls concr... read more »
One of the biggest Orthodox temple. Where people come to pray and enjoy the calm of this sacred place.
One of the most beautiful temples in this part of the Europe. Must see.
Beautiful. Worth visiting
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